LEGO Dimensions is my most anticipated toys-to-life competitor, and it’s finally coming to South Africa. Too bad the Rand is making it a bit on the expensive side.
It’s time to stop making excuses and use this golden opportunity to grow and compete in competitive Overwatch. We may be behind the times when it comes to competitive eSports, but Overwatch allows us to enter a somewhat neutral playing field when compared to other eSport titles.
The Xbox One is going to be a little cheaper in South Africa for the rest of this week.
Sexpo is coming, and it’s bringing with it a fantastic opportunity to win money for a sex-positive approach to cosplay.
Bravado Gaming have parted ways with Heroes of The Storm, and it’s about time. Overshadowed by CS:GO and Dota 2, Blizzard’s failed eSport has lost one of its strongest South African teams.
SuperSport is paying attention to eSports, but are our local broadcasters ready to take up the local broadcasting reigns? Not yet, but let’s discuss how we’re going to get there.
Yet another international qualifier lands in South Africa! Orena will once again host the ESWC South African Qualifiers where South Africa’s top CS:GO team can earn a spot at ESWC in Paris, France.
Let’s take a look at the initial response from the community regarding ESEA opening up in South Africa.
According to local retailer Raru, the Special and Collector’s Editions of Uncharted 4 have been delayed
Locally produced System Crash has been greenlit on Steam. Here’s what it’s all about…
Finally, Blizzard have taken note. South African Hearthstone players now have the oppotunity to qualify for the Hearthstone World Championships!
The “Only Searched Ranked” movement sounds great, but allow me to explain why a large majority of the competitive Dota 2 scene may find it irrelevant and damaging to the current skill level in South Africa.